This is the final announcement of the semester. Hope you enjoyed the semester and the subject as much as we the lecturers had.
FINAL PIN-UP AND EXTERNAL REVIEW
1. I have updated the presentation room layout, in addition to attaching a new image with this email outlining how you should pin up and submit your works. Please (everyone) peruse these LAYOUTS, and make sure you do not pin up at the wrong areas!
There has been instances where some students have repeatedly pinned-up at the wrong areas. By doing so, you are inconveniencing your guest crits. Please respect their time and effort.
2. I will be assigning Ceavs in charge of CODA, and Seng Poh in charge of Studio12. Please ensure that the works are pinned up accordingly, and the rooms are spotless and clean. As you will be submitting on a Sunday, you will need to inform the security/FM to open up the room on that period of time. Please liaise with Shyn on this as I will not be around.
3. The partitions will be placed in the rooms by Friday, I believe. You will need to bring in an additional 6 tables (possibly from Studio 1) into CODA.
4. I am hoping that everyone can take instructions to ensure the success of your crit. We are very proud of the works that you have produced and we want the works to be presented well.
WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING FOR MY FINAL SUBMISSION - 4 DEC?
1. All models in ONE box + butter paper
2. Presentation boards, pinned up
3. Pins for the partition boards and masking tape for the walls/glass
4. A PRINTED final copy of your portfolio, in a plastic folder/wrap, plus your name and ID clearly labelled on the plastic folder/wrap
5. Group A1 installation panel
WHAT TO DO ON THE DAY OF THE REVIEW?
1. The times given are indicative of the order of your presentation. Keep track of your presentation order. You may present earlier, or later.
2. Don't be late. If you are late, you need to go back in line.
3. Only the presenters and the crits will be in the presentation rooms. The rest of you may wait along the corridor, but try not to make too much noise.
4. Do use your group site model. Talk about the design from your perspective, not the perspective of your lecturers.